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C.ex Coffs

History of C.ex Group

Coffs Harbour Ex Services Club was born in 1946 by a group of devoted volunteers with a vision of providing a much needed amenity for E-Service personnel and their families, a Club, a Memorial Club in honour of those who served during the war, both overseas and on the mainland. A motion was put forward to build a suitable construction to be known as the Ex-Service Men and Women’s Memorial Club.

C.ex Urunga

C.ex Urunga is the sporting club that caters for everyone with a nine hole golf course overlooking the beautiful Kalang River, squash and tennis courts as well as croquet. Come along for a social game, join a competition or club, or bring the kids along for coaching for squash and tennis.

C.ex Woolgoolga

C.ex Woolgoolga is the bowling club of choice in Woolgoolga, boasting the latest technology in synthetic greens, modern and stylish interior furnishings and Walter’s Bistro which serves authentic Chinese and Western cuisine. Members and guests will love the comfortable new furnishings of C.ex Woolgoolga in its bar, TAB, lounge and bistro areas.

Coffs Harbour Podiatry

Your longest standing Podiatry Clinic having served Coffs Harbour for over 20 yrs! Our experience and reputation speaks for itself, all aspects of podiatry covered at various locations to suit you. Coffs Harbour, Macksville, Bellingen, Dorrigo, Toormina and Woolgoolga.
Bulk billing for those under the Enhanced Primary Care programme with no gap fee! Give us a call and put your feet in our hands.

Red Rock Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd

I Helen McAuliffe represent the Red Rock Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd. The Club primarily caters to Bowlers, but we also have other sub Clubs within our Club. We belong to the Club industry and are members of Clubs NSW.
We support the community in many events and assist with donations to the various organisations. We hold many fundraising events such as charity bowls days, trivia nights, raffles and other activities. We have around 600 members.

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia

Spinal Cord Injuries Australia (SCIA) was formed in 1967 by a group of young men with a severe disability who wanted to change the world. They set about demanding that they be able to live lives no different from anyone else.
SCIA is a member-based social enterprise with a majority of people with a disability amongst the staff and directors.
Our objectives as an organisation are twofold:
* To provide support to people with a disability to remain actively involved in personal, social and vocational activities.

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